Will name and shame if ensured safety: Richa Chadha on sexual harassment

“I always heard that in a screenplay, if other people are praising a character even before it has arrived, it is a good sign. “Not just me, million others will do that. But who will do it?” Richa said. Top News
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The 30-year-old actor says to switch off from negativity she sometimes stops watching news. I speak up about things close to my heart. Richa is currently excited for the response Fukrey Returns is getting.  
“I had never read a female character like that. She is very heady about it.”
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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Events in the world affect me,” she says. The actor believes film industry lacks a proper ecosystem which would provide a safety net for victims. She is unapologetic, has no limitations in her head that I am a woman I need to behave this way, I can’t speak talk or walk like that. Whoever is speaking out people are like ‘oh you’ve to name and shame.’ If the press knows who is doing this, why not let it out? Richa says she was attacked for a blog post regarding the sexual harassment situation “even by feminists who asked why don’t you name and shame?”
“If you give me pension for life, take care of my safety, my family, ensure I’ll continue to get work in films and TV or whatever I want to do, my career will grow unabated as it is right now after I name and shame somebody, sure I will. The ecosystem and the structure of the industry needs to change. “Every time someone speaks there are repercussions. In the film, which is a sequel to the 2013 hit Fukrey, Richa plays the character of Bholi Punjaban, a role she immensely enjoyed. She is a woman completely powerful and drunk in power. “I have a strong sense of justice. But I think I am a little too emotional. 2017-12-10T09:57:59+00:00″>
Published: December 10, 2017 9:57 am

Richa Chadha, the Fukrey Return actor, speaks up on sexual harassment.  
“Every time we take a step, there is a backlash.